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CSF Graduate Fernando León Named Vice Minister of Environment in Peru

 

Photo for Vice Minister Fernando Leon Post

Vice Minister Fernando León (second from left) with Felipe Vásquez (CSF Fellows Mentor, left) and CSF staff members Cristian Vallejos, Rocío Moreno, Aaron Bruner and Alfonso Malky during the 2nd ICAA Fellows selection workshop in Arashá, Ecuador, July 2013.

Former Staffer Leonardo Fleck joins the Board of CSF-Brazil

CSF is proud to announce Leonardo Fleck as CSF-Brazil’s newest board member. Leo is a Program Officer at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. If his name sounds familiar, it’s because Leo has a long history with CSF. As an early staff member of CSF-Brazil, Leo was instrumental in establishing our presence in Latin America. Leo joined CSF in 2005 shortly after earning his master’s degree in conservation biology with an emphasis in natural resource economics. He was CSF-Brazil's Senior Economic Analyst and Technical Program Manager as well as a lead cost-benefit analysis instructor for CSF courses in Brazil and beyond. Leo also took the lead on economic analyses in other parts of South America, including in Peru and Bolivia.

Exciting new role for CSF founder John Reid

Ready to Travel

 

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John and Carol ready for the road.

Support the creation of Yaguas National Park - here's how you can help

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VamosYaguasParqueNacional - Photo Credit: Frankfurt Zoological Society

CSF is part of a group of 18 NGOs supporting the creation of Yaguas National Park in the Peruvian Amazon in northeastern Loreto. This group has worked together to determine and share information about the economic, social, cultural and environmental benefits of the conservation of Yaguas and the importance of its formal protection. Please check out, like and share their new Facebook page to raise awareness about this new protected area.

Levantamento de dados sobre cadeias de valor da pesca no norte do Brasil

Em maio de 2016, a CSF Brasil concluiu o levantamento de dados para o mapeamento de 3 cadeias de valor (cdv) da pesca artesanal no Amapá, Maranhão e Pará. Dados sobre produção, beneficiamento e comercialização pesqueira foram coletados por meio de entrevistas com pescadores. Para isso, a CSF contou com o apoio de jovens pesquisadores e organizações locais.

CSF Mapeamento de cadeias de valor da pesca artesanal BrasilTreinamento dos pesquisadores pela Unesco e CSF em Belém, no Pará.

Indonesia's 2016 Economic Tools for Marine Conservation

A little over one month ago, CSF completed its second Indonesian Economic Tools for Marine Conservation course hosted in Bali. Twenty-four Indonesian conservation professionals from nineteen institutions participated in the two-week course. Some of the institutions represented were the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Dept. of Environment and Forestry, University of Indonesia, TNC, WWF, as well as other national universities and NGOs and private consultants.

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